The Kimberley School Sixth Form is a great place to learn.
Students develop independence in a nurturing environment. We pride ourselves on the individual attention and close relationships students have with tutors and teachers. Our class sizes are deliberately kept small to allow for each student to receive the individual attention they need.
Our Common Room offers a study space with access to computers during lesson times. Whilst during lunch and break times the Common Room has its own canteen where you can sit and relax with friends.
Students have the opportunity to join a variety of Student Committees to develop their organisational and leadership skills.
Our Wednesday afternoon Enrichment programme offers students a range of activities including the Duke of Edinburgh award scheme.
Sixth Form application forms can be found HERE and prospectuses can be located in the Student Centre at The Kimberley School. For any other information about the Sixth Form, please feel free to contact the school and ask for the Sixth Form Performance Leader Mrs Livings, the Sixth Form Co-ordinator Mrs Booth or the Year 12 Performance Leader Miss Iwanczuk.
Congratulations to all our A-Level students who have achieved outstanding results this year. Click here to read more.
Sixth Form Key Dates:
Monday February 26th – Friday March 2nd: Year 12/13 Mock exam period.
Wednesday 14th March: Year 12/13 Parents Consultation Evening (2 of 2)
Monday 2-6th July: Year 12 Work Experience Week
For further dates for Sixth Form students, please see the Spring Term 2017 Tutorial Programme by clicking here.
AS/A2 Subject Information
3D Product Design
Business Technicals Level 2
Business Cambridge TEC Level 3
Drama and Theatre Studies
Health and Social Care
ICT Level 3 Cambridge Technical
Language and Literature
PE Cambridge Level 3 Sport
The Kimberley School Sixth Form Leavers Video 2018:
A Guide to The Kimberley School Sixth Form:
The Kimberley School Sixth Form Promotional Video:
Work Experience Documents:
1. What is the MAP Work Experience Programme
2. What are the benefits of work experience
3. What paperwork is involved
4. What is the process for placements
MAP Placement Induction Checklist Work Experience Guidelines
Current apprenticeship vacancies available through Vision Apprentice: www.visionapprentices.co.uk
Post-18 Options: gap year
If you are looking to take a gap year and travel abroad, there is new information in the ‘Abroad’ box file, near to the printer in the Common Room.
Some information from the organisers:
Outreach International is a successful gap year organisation and has been responsible for sending young people overseas since 1998. We match the needs of local communities with the skills and interests of our volunteers. Opportunities include working with the following:
• Orphanages and street children
• Teaching English
• Disabled children
• Sports coaching
• Animal rescue and conservation
As always, if you choose to take on an experience like this, research it thoroughly first.